Lavery agrees to stay with Rangers

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After weeks of ‘will he?’ ‘won’t he?’ Berwick striker Darren Lavery has finally agreed to stay on for another year.

Lavery, who scored 17 goals last season, was hanging out for a move to a full time club if the opportunity arose.

Berwick fended off approaches for him during the last January transfer window, and many thought that at the end of the last campaign he might decide to move on.

But it has now been confirmed he has agreed a new deal which will keep him at Shielfield until May 2015.

Rangers are still awaiting news on their skipper and leading scorer from last season, Lee Currie, who is also looking for a move to a full-time club.

Several sides were believed to be showing an interest in him at the end of the season, but to date there has been no indication as to his plans.

Meanwhile, manager Colin Cameron has made his first move into the transfer market during the summer, bringing in Scott Maxwell from East Stirling.

The 24 year-old midfielder made 34 appearances for The Shire last season, scoring three goals.